Nashville band COIN is pleased to unveil the official video for their infectious single, “Talk Too Much” today – Watch HERE. Directed by Kyle Thrash, COIN’s music video shoot gets interrupted by a rumor hungry game of telephone between its cast and crew. “We made a music video that highlights how much effort and thought goes into how we are perceived – yet, when it comes to our words, we spout off whatever feels right in that moment. This video is that moment,” says COIN front man Chase Lawrence.
“I wanted to make a video that felt like it was making fun of itself and making light of some of the things I love and find funny about the entertainment industry, says Thrash. “When it comes down to it, in this business, it’s all about who’s kissing who.”
“Talk Too Much” is now Top 30 on Alternative Radio and is continuing to climb the chart. The song has also been included in the Top 5 on SiriusXM Alt Nation’s listener driven #Alt18 Countdown for 14 consecutive weeks reaching as high as #2. The single was also featured as a summer single swap compared to The 1975 in Entertainment Weekly.
COIN will be embarking on a national tour this fall supporting Bad Suns. The 19-date tour kicks off on October 19 in Santa Ana and wraps in Los Angeles on November 18. The band will be hitting cities such as New York, Chicago and their hometown Nashville. See a complete list of tour dates below. Tickets are available for purchase at http://thisiscoin.com/.
COIN—Chase Lawrence (vocals/keys), Joe Memmel (guitar/vocals), Ryan Winnen (drums) and Zach Dyke (bass)— recorded their self-titled debut album in Nashville with Grammy nominated producer Jay Joyce (Cage the Elephant, Sleeper Agent), which was released in the summer of last year. COIN has toured non-stop with acts such as Walk The Moon, Passion Pit, Young The Giant, and Neon Trees. The band is gearing up to release their sophomore full-length album early next year.
COIN Tour Dates:
10/19 Santa Ana, CA Observatory *
10/20 San Francisco, CA The Chapel *
10/22 Portland, OR Hawthorne *
10/23 Vancouver, BC Imperial *
10/24 Seattle, WA Neumos *
10/27 Minneapolis, MN Fine Line *
10/28 Chicago, IL Double Door *
10/29 Detroit, MI Shelter *
10/31 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer *
11/1 New York, NY le poisson rouge *
11/3 Boston, MA Brighton Music Hall *
11/5 Washington, DC Rock N Roll hotel * SOLD OUT
11/7 Nashville, TN Exit/In *
11/9 Orlando, FL The Social *
11/12 Houston, TX White Oak Music Hall Upstairs *
11/13 Dallas, TX Granada *
11/15 Denver, CO Bluebird *
11/17 Phoenix, AZ Crescent Ballroom *
11/18 Los Angeles, CA Teragram * SOLD OUT